The fall of right-handed pitcher Tyler Biddy (30, Yomiuri Giants) continues.
According to local media including Japan’s Sponichianex on the 9th, Beady started against Rakuten in the Eastern League (group 2) that day and was sluggish with 7 hits, 4 runs and 4 runs in 5 innings. In the beginning of the 1st inning, 2 outs, 1st and 3rd base hit 3 times in a row and gave up 4 runs. He was self-defeating on the mound, giving up three walks in the first inning alone.
Beady signed a contract with Yomiuri last December and challenged Asian baseball. At the time, expectations were high as a ‘big player’. Debuting in the big leagues in 2018, Beadie’s career major league (MLB) record is 7 wins, 16 losses, 3 holds, and an average ERA of 5.34. Last year, he pitched 61 1/3 innings as a swing man for the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants. Yomiuri coach Tatsunori Hara selected Bidi as the starter for the season opener on March 31st.
It was the first time in the history of the Yomiuri club that a new foreign pitcher was in charge of starting the opening game. But the grades are low. Opening Day 6 innings, 10 hits and 2 runs. It is sluggish with 4 losses and an average ERA of 5.47 without a win in 5 games of the season. On the 30th of last month, he started against the Hiroshima Toyo Carp and finished April without a win, the only starting pitcher in the NPB season opening game, giving up 8 hits and 5 runs in 3 2/3 innings. 토토사이트
Coach Hara, who said after the match against Hiroshima, “I think we should give it a little more time,” sent Bidi to the second team the next day. However, there is no sign of a rebound in Group 2. The club’s troubles surrounding him continue. Yomiuri, whose ace was shaken, is 13-18 (0.419 win rate) as of the 8th, falling behind in 5th place in the Central League. He was only 5 li ahead in the win rate without riding in the lowest Chunichi (12 wins, 17 losses).